Despite constant snow, I have moved on from my winter blahs. We have several feet of snow on the ground and it is snowing again. I have succumbed to the fact that it will be awhile before I can consider starting seeds.This was actually a productive weekend. We gave the cabin a good cleaning. I bottled some grape wine and made a chocolate cheesecake. We even helped an extremely lost traveler. Poor guy was looking for Mt. Rushmore. That is an hour from here. He had Florida plates (could be a rental) and was terrified about driving on snow. As you can see from the pictures this isn't the place to be if you don't like snow. I worked on the graduation quilt. I am a little disappointed. I put one of the feathers in the wrong spot. Then to top it off I had a terrible time appliqueing it on. That is one of the reasons I haven't quilted for the last two weekends. I'm frustrated, but must move forward. There is one feather left to applique. Then the flying geese around the border. Speaking of flying geese a big flock flew over today heading northwest. It is good to be back on track. Being unproductive brings me down. Yes, sometimes a person needs a break, but life is more fulfilling if you are active.
How is your winter progressing? Have you had the blahs? Are you thinking about starting seeds yet?
We have started one a few lots of seeds indoors but March is set for a chilly start so we will be holding fire,ReplyDelete
Oh my, I think your quilt is looking fabulous! Stunning, really!!! I've only just begun with my peppers and will get tomato seeds in the dirt soon, but have to be careful not to start them too soon.ReplyDelete